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France’s XV completely dominated the weakest team Italy (50-10) in the competition on Saturday at the Olympic Stadium in Rome to start the tournament in six countries, while the Scots won against England in England (11–10). 6), for the first time since 1983.
This is a perfect start to the competition French team, Which inaugurated Italy’s 50 to 10, Saturday 6 February Six nations tournament Secured first place in Rome and after Scotland’s 11–6 win over England.
Rejuvenated, more experienced, faster and more efficient than Naziole, the Blues fulfilled their contract, with an offensive bonus in the key, making seven tries, including a double from winger Teddy Thomas.
Fabian Galathey’s contingent performed better than their previous match in the tournament against Italy, looking for the first title in the tournament since 2010.
In February 2020, there were wins (35–22) and bonuses, but the difference in points was insufficiently taken into account. And at the end of the competition, with France tied with points England won the title for a better overall goal average.
Antoine DuPont on top
In addition to Thomas, France was able to rely on an excellent Antoine DuPont. Motivated and inspiring, Tolson gave a major performance. The Blues’ scrum-half single-handedly attempted one and provided three assists.
Transalpine coach Franco Smith was right to beware of French n ° 9. The South African coach said before the match, “Antoine Dupont had a great influence on this team, he is a great leader and a great player. Especially at the rucks.”
The other four tries were marked by third-line Dylan Cretin, center Gayle Fickau and Arthur Vincent, as well as Bryce Dulin.
Nevertheless, Italy saved the honor for the end of an hour thanks to Luca Sparpandio. But in front of these blues, the reshuffling Nazionale had no chance. He won 28I Straight loss in tournament.
In his second match, Fabian Galthey will be selected from Ireland in Dublin on Sunday 14 February, where he has not won since 2011.
In the second game of the day, the Scots had a hard-fought win (11-6) ending 38 years without a win in England, but where they found a perfect game plan, they know how to implement until the end.
More than victory, it was the impression of domination given by Greg Townsend’s men, rarely so much mocked against the English, which impressed.
There has been a rare indiscipline in English, with 10 penalties against them in the first period only, as usually in an entire game.
The game’s only effort came from the Scots at a good pace until duhan Van der Merwe, a powerful winger of South African descent who managed to transplant towards the center and three before making a landfall in the in-goal (0-8, 31). Opposed opponentsI) is.
England will have to bounce back very quickly by acquiring the Italians, while Scotland will host Wales, before moving to Paris to challenge the Blues for a match that already smells of powder.